Crimnal law Essay

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crimnal law

Criminal Law and Justice
I have really enjoyed Criminal Law. At first I wasn't to thrilled about taking the class I
just picked it to fill in my schedule. But it turned out to be a really interesting class.
I learned lots of things like what is considered to be a felony, all about the courts
systems and how they run. I have learned punishment for juvenile offenders, I have learned
a whole new vocabulary of criminal words. I have also learned all about the laws and how
they work. I think that it was good on my part to take this class because now I have a
better understanding of how laws work in Kentucky. Now if I have any situations with the
police I know my rights and what I should and shouldn't do.

It was a very difficult thing to teach two classes with only one class set of books. It
was a struggle to get all the information to all the students because there was so much,
and so little time. Not being able to take home the books sucked a great deal. We couldn't
study as much, never got to read as much as I would have liked, and always felt rushed
when trying to do assignments in class. I think that if we would have been able to take
our books home we would have gotten a wider amount of knowledge about the chapters we
covered. I thought it was a good idea to let us teach the class because we got to see what
it was like and how hard it was with only one set of books. But also I think that you
should have made strict rules for this project. Most people just kind of blew the
assignment off and didn't do anything. Which did not help the people that weren't teaching
because I am sure the didn't learn anything.
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